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Using Men's Ideal Weights, make a histogram, get Mean,

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Question;a. Using Men's Ideal Weights, make a histogram, get Mean, Std.Deviation, and Five-Number Summary. Describe the distribution. Description should include min, max, center, spread, number of peaks, shape, identification of outliers b. Calculate the z-score for the weight 170 lbs. What is the probability P of weighing more than 170 -- P(x>170)? c. What range of Men's Ideal Weights contain 95% of the data responses (empirical rule for bell-shaped distribution)? Age Gender Height Weight Ideal weight 30 M 71 140 175 25 M 70 150 175 37 M 69 150 150 27 M 71 155 165 25 M 70 160 175 37 M 74 160 185 23 M 66 164 155 31 M 72 165 175 24 M 67 165 160 20 M 71 165 165 25 M 73 170 180 26 M 68 170 160 30 M 73 185 180 34 M 73 185 165 30 M 73 185 180 38 M 67 185 165 44 M 67 187 160 49 M 69 188 185 50 M 66 190 180 35 M 73 190 200 33 M 70 190 175 26 M 73 190 180 40 M 71 190 175 46 M 73 195 180 46 M 73 195 180 46 M 73 195 180 31 M 68 200 170 27 M 76 200 215 24 M 75 201 200 36 M 69 204 185 30 M 73 205 180 29 M 70 210 200 27 M 72 210 200 51 M 66 215 195 36 M 74 215 205 22 M 71 215 195 27 M 72 215 195 41 M 72 220 190 47 M 73 220 200 26 M 72 220 205 25 M 72 220 200 38 M 70 220 185 37 M 71 223 190 51 M 75 225 225 37 M 71 226 190 31 M 74 227 220 32 M 72 230 200 45 M 70 230 220 29 M 75 235 180 25 M 73 235 180 35 M 76 240 205 41 M 76 245 220 29 M 72 248 220 46 M 73 250 225 43 M 74 255 190 26 M 70 260 180 39 M 73 260 220 32 M 75 260 230 28 M 71 260 200 57 M 74 277 240 49 M 75 285 240 55 M 68 290 175 29 M 73.5 301 205 31 M 71 412 250 44 M 70 450 180

 

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